Udaipur 16 Gigapixel Image

This photo is India's first and largest digital interactive image.

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This is a 16 gigapixel panoramic photo, made from 1456 individual images. This panorama was shot from the top of the karni mata temple. Made from 1456 individual images shot with canon 60D and 400mm f/5.6 lens. We used robotic head gigapan epic pro for precise shooting. 1456 shots were first color corrected in adobe camera raw then stitched with Kolor AutoPano Giga. Rendered on Dell Mobile Workstation M4600 with 16 gb ram and 2.4 ghz processor.

To control this image, use the controls on the screen or click and hold your mouse button on the photo, and move your mouse around. To zoom in and out, use your mouse wheel, or the "shift" and control" keys.

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We can also create amazing gigapixels of Real Estate and Infrastructure projects.

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About Pranshu Dubey´╗┐

Pranshu has finished his master's from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. He is a photographer specialized in areas of Aerial Photography, Panoramas and interior / exterior photography for hospitality and infrastructure.

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Pixel Do is an Indian agency specializing in the ground breaking use of digital photography.We love to innovate and are always looking to introduce exciting new techniques and technology to the market. We are passionate about the real estate and hospitality sectors, photography and technology and bring these quite separate genres together to create premium quality, high-definition virtual tours, giant Gigapixel images, immersive 360-degree panoramic photographs and Aerial Photo/Video solution for all types of business sectors and applications.

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We can shoot and deliver a gigapixel photo for you to use in connection with your marketing campaign, tourism promotion, etc. It's a great way to generate publicity. We are planning to shoot gigapixel images of Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Delhi in near future and looking for sponsorship opportunities. 1. Hotels can sponsor such project for their cities to promote tourism and brand recall value. 2. Real estate projects can get a gigapixel view from there skyscraper and put it online to show the view from their mentioned floor. 3. Ad agencies can use this for product launches. Imagine a treasure hunt inside a photo where online user has to zoom and find out where the product is hidden in the image.

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After visiting many times to Udaipur we finally found ourself lucky to have a clear sunny day to shoot this gigapixel image. With the team of four we reached at the top of the karni mata tample. We set up the motorized panoramic head gigapan on manfrotto tripod. We Installed 1 Canon 60D (18 MP) on it, with a 400 mm f5.6 in order to get a 600mm equivelent focal length. The cameras were set as follows: 400mm f5.6 Manual focus. We used the Live View (zoom and pan) to get a very precise focus control. Priority diaphragm F10 (to have a bigger depth of field) Iso 200 Recording in RAW The motorized head triggers the cameras. There was total 1456 images in the structure of 13 rows and 112 column. For the basic color correction all the 1456 images were first imported into photoshop and color corrected in Adobe Camera Raw. All the color corrected images then imported into dedicated photo stitching software "Auto Pano Giga". APG is a software to stitch images for a panoramic projection. It can stitch huge number of image together to make a seamless panoramic image.

Processing of the image has been done on Dell Precision M 4600 Mobile workstation. The processing machine was having 16 GB of RAM with 2.4 Ghz processor. To complete the rendering process it took around 18 hours. Format of the final stitch image was .KRO as no other format can save so much data in itself. JPG images has a resolution limit of 300000PX and Tiff can not save files over 2 GB of size in a single tiff file. KRO format can be used in other softwares like panotour pro to get the interactive output. We had to split the view into smaller pieces that could be edited in Photoshop. Note: Photoshop is internally limited to a size of 300,000 by 300,000 pixels. So the image of Udaipur could not be opened directly. A software Gigapx has been used to split the one 65 GB KRO file into 10 different photoshop Raw files to do the minor post production and color correction work. These 10 images again merged into one seamless KRO file after the color correction.

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Can be used for interiors of hotels, offices museums.

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Max Print Size availabe 13m * 44 on 300DPI

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Bharat Baswani (Photographer)

Balwant Alawa (Photographer)

Himanshu Panchal (Photographer)

John Warkentin (Photographer)

Raghavendra Kopalle (Photographer)

Vijay Pawar (Photographer)

Clifford Jeffrey (Image Retouching)

Md Shahnur Arefin (Web Developer)

Richa Bhardwaj (Graphic Design)

Renu Sharma (Web Developer)

Shiraz Iqbal (Graphic Design)

Kapil Sharma (Team Member/Graphic Designer)

Nikhil Joshi (Team Member)

Sanjit Chohan (UdaipurBlog.Com)

Siddharth Nagar (UdaipurBlog.Com)

Shubhrum Pun (Team Member)

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